With millions of Kahoot!’ers around the world, we get to hear about hundreds of inventive and inspiring ways you play Kahoot! Better still, we get to enjoy stories about how you’ve used Kahoot! to motivate and truly engage your learners, and to make real breakthroughs with the learners who needed it most. You share victory dances, fist pumps, big emoji grins and magic moments so incredible they make our hearts swell.
Time and time again, we can trace those magic moments back to one key ingredient: a chance for all learners to feel success.
With those wonderful magic moments in mind, we’ve been working on ways to help learners feel even more connected to the content they’re learning and really deepen that sense of achievement.
Enter Kano, a delightful little computer anyone can make, designed to encourage children to create, learn and play together.
This week at #SXSWedu, Kahoot! and Kano will be teaming up for the very first time to empower young learners. Students will get to build Kano computers from scratch, and use those very same computers to join a game of Kahoot!
It doesn’t stop there, though. Having seen our Learners to Leaders pedagogy in action, we know just how rewarding it is for learners to be able to create and host their own kahoots. So, we’re challenging them to do just that – on a Kano! Digitally savvy young learners will even get to take things up a notch, using original artwork they’ve coded themselves – like this coded Snowboarder Kahoot! Ghost: